"Captain Brand, of the Centipede has a good, old-fashioned flavor about it. It is none of your sentimental milk-and-water piratical rubbish, but is a real black-flag-and-cross-bones story, as hot as new Antigua rum." --New York Times, June 28, 1885.
As a sea story pure and simple, "Captain Brand" has never been excelled, and as a story of piratical life, told without the usual embellishments of blood and thunder, it has no equal.
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